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Free Breakfast at Chik-Fil-A

This news is a little late, but you can enjoy a free Chick-Fil-A breakfast every Tuesday for the rest of the month of March at the 71st and Garnett location. Here is the schedule: 17th – Chicken Biscuit 24th – 3 Count Mini 31st – Chicken Biscuit Other breakfast options include Bacon Egg & Cheese […]

Pearl Diver in Jenks

In case you didn’t know, Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Guys, here is an idea for you. The Pearl Diver in Jenks offers a unique store experience, allowing customers to hand-pick their own oyster. Since we in Oklahoma are no where near a South Seas locale, this is the perfect alternative. The centerpiece […]

Skate Date at the BOK

Dust off that old pair of ice skates! The BOK Center has announced a new Valentine’s Day event that will give Tulsans the opportunity to take center ice inside the iconic arena and skate beneath a mirrored disco ball. Skate Date at the BOK Center will be the first time the general public is invited […]

Inauguration Events in Tulsa

As we celebrate Martin Luther King Day, its exciting to think that tomorrow we will inaugurate our first African American president. I’m sure there will be an unprecedented number of people watching the inauguration ceremonies. For those who will be watching from Tulsa, here is a list of local inauguration events and watch parties: Inaugural […]

Global Entrepreneurship Week

This week, Tulsa celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week, November 17-20.  TYPros is setting the stage by presenting the first speaker to focus on young entrepreneurship. At the kick-off event, learn to make a Giant Impact on the business world and in your life. Oklahoma Native Jeremie Kubicek, President and CEO of Giant Impact and Co-Founder of […]

Indie Emporium :: October 10-11

This week marks the 2nd annual Indie Emporium taking place at the VFW Post 577 on 6th street, just outside of downtown Tulsa. With the hippest craft vendors, a fashion show of handmade clothing and accessories,  make-and-take crafting stations, a fine arts gallery space, workshops and demos led by fabulously crafty people, this is an […]

Fall and Halloween Festivities

October is here and it’s time for fall festivals, pumpkin patches, and Halloween festivities. Here is a comprehensive list of activities and events going on in Tulsa that will get you in the autumn mood. Pumpkins & Fall Fun at Livesay Orchards The Family Fun begins the minute you arrive at the Pumpkin Patch at […]

Tax Amnesty for Tulsans

The State Tax Commission is giving Tulsans who owe back taxes for the year an opportunity to wipe the slate clean with their Clean Slate Program. Beginning today, the Oklahoma Tax Commission is opening a rare window of opportunity for tax amnesty that will continue through November 14, 2008. During this two-month period, you can […]

Exploring Cherry Street: Ding-Bats

On my recent excursion to historic Cherry Street, one of my last stops was to ding-bats, an upscale boutique for kids and baby items. Of course, being 8 months pregnant with our first baby, this store was especially fun for me to browse. The store is full of beautiful items for your child…nursery furniture and […]